Do you prefer traditional, high or fast? The Oktoberfest has it all.
The Munich Oktoberfest has a range of rides, fun houses, and shows to offer that you won’t see anywhere else in the world. The newest, largest, and most spectacular transportable rides are combined with historic traditional attractions, some of them which are exclusive to the Oktoberfest. The most famous historic attractions are the vaudeville theater Schichtl, Teufelsrad, Toboggan, and Flohzirkus.
Children will enjoy a number of small carousels, wild water rides, and several family roller coasters, while thrill-seekers will rather find what they’re looking for in the Olympia-Looping, the largest transportable roller coaster in the world or the 80-meter-high Skyfall as well as modern classics like the Breakdancer.
On each page, you'll also find the ticket prices for the rides.
For many, an Oktoberfest visit without the „Devil’s Wheel“ is unimaginable. Watching its participants facing centrifugal challenges, is just too much fun.
At the Oktoberfest since1908
Often, it's the smallest things, which cause the biggest astonishment. At the Flee Circus, the tiniest artists imaginable try to do so with their stunts.
At the Oktoberfest since1949
No Oktoberfest ride is older than the “Witches’ Swing”. It was 1894 when it first fooled the sense of orientation of its brave riders.
At the Oktoberfest since1894
The “Russian Wheel” is a relic of a time in which big wheels didn't have to be that big after all, but instead spun their riders much faster than today.
At the Oktoberfest since1925
The most famous show of the Oktoberfest has been around since 1869. Almost any Municher at least knows the legendary parade which is held in front of the theater.
At the Oktoberfest since1869
No Oktoberfest attraction attracts more viewers than the Toboggan. Each day, it challenges the balance of hundreds and amuses thousands who watch.
At the Oktoberfest since1933
The largest transportable rollercoaster of the world clearly is a giant. Since 1989 it has been magnetically attracting the bravest of Oktoberfest visitors.